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3728149 FENDER GP-FRONT Caterpillar parts 834H, 834K FENDER
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CA3728149
372-8149
3728149
Caterpillar 3728149 FENDER GP-FRONT

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Compatible equipment models: 3728149:

WHEEL DOZER  834H   834K   Caterpillar
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Dumping
Use the bucket stops for maximum dumping angle.
Striking the stops unnecessarily and repetitively can result in accelerated wear and high maintenance cost of the loader linkage.
Loading from a Stockpile
1. Position the bucket parallel to, and just skimming, the ground. Drive the bucket straight into the pile. 2. As forward movement slows, move the control to the RAISE detent position. Return to the HOLD position for additional crowding power. 3. To "pump" in a heaped load, work the tilt control lever back and forth. 4. When the bucket is loaded, move the tilt control to the TILT BACK position. 5. When the tilt control lever is released to the HOLD position, the bucket will rise if the lift lever is left in lift detent. 6. Raise the bucket high enough to clear the material being loaded. Shift the transmission control to REVERSE. 7. Carry the loaded bucket approximately 40 cm (15 inches) above the ground level.8. When reaching the dump area, move the lift control to the RAISE detent. The lift kickout will automatically return the lift control to HOLD.Loading Hauling Units
1. To reduce the loader turning and travel, position the hauling unit at an angle to the material being loaded. 2. The travel distance should be long enough for the bucket to reach the lift height without slowing loader movement. 3. Position the loader to dump the load in the center of the hauler body. If the hauler body is two bucket widths or more in length, dump from the front to the rear. 4. Push the tilt lever forward to dump the bucket. 5. Shake the bucket to loosen sticky material. Move the tilt lever back and forth quickly, allowing the bucket to strike the lift arm stops.
Striking the stops unnecessarily and repetitively can result in accelerated wear and high maintenance cost of the loader linkage.
6. Put the tilt lever in the TILT BACK detent. Before lowering the bucket, make sure the hauling unit is out from under the bucket.7. Lower the bucket while positioning the loader for the next load.Loading from a Bank
Remove any overhand and watch for sliding material.
1. Start to load at the base of the bank and follow up the face. 2. Raise the bucket slightly and move away from the bank.Excavating
1. Lower the bucket to the ground and position for a slight digging angle. 2. Apply down pressure to the bucket as the loader starts forward. Return the lift control to HOLD when sufficient penetration is obtained. 3. Maintain level cuts while moving forward, by raising and lowering the bucket. 4. When the bucket is loaded, tilt it back against the stops. Carry the loaded bucket approximately 40 cm (15 inches) above the ground when moving to the dump area.Loading Hoppers
1. Load the bucket (see "Loading from a Stockpile" steps 1 through 8). 2. When the lift kickout height is reached, dump the load into the hopper. If possible, dump with the wind to your back.Log Fork with Top Clamp (Typical Application

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